The Linux Foundation announced that Intrinsyc is its newest member, Software Design Firm to Participate in Foundation's Embedded and Mobile Initiatives.
Intrinsyc provides high quality software design and services accelerating time-to-market for products.
The company is joining The Linux Foundation to collaborate with the community on embedded Linux development, specifically around Android and MeeGo, for devices ranging from smartphones to industrial handhelds, portable gaming devices, e-readers, media tablets, and automobile infotainment.
"Joining The Linux Foundation is a natural next step for us," said Alkarim Kassam, Vice President Engineering, Intrinsyc. "We've long used Linux to meet our customers' needs and with a tidal wave of Linux-based devices coming into the market, our Linux Foundation membership will help us collaborate on how to maximize Linux for the next-generation of devices."
Intrinsyc empowers device makers, mobile operators, and silicon vendors to deliver compelling, next generation mobile and embedded devices faster with higher quality, and differentiating innovation. Intrinsyc is publicly traded (TSX: ICS) and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, with operations in China, Taiwan and the United States. http://www.intrinsyc.com